agonist

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  • That is they can't function at all without the agonists.
  • A co-agonist works with other co-agonists to produce the desired effect together.
  • A co-agonist works with other co-agonists to produce the desired effect together.
  • Although the agonists appear to be further along in clinical development.
  • Prisoners is the third studio album by Canadian metal band The Agonist.
  • Modern agonists like dihydroergocryptine typically cost two to three times more than levadopa therapy.
  • They do not compete with agonists for binding at the active site.
  • The mechanism for this is complex and may be separate from its delta agonist effects.
  • TRPA1 agonists have been and remain the subject of research into their potential thermoreceptoric activity.
  • As such the use of alpha-two agonists is only recommended in healthy animals.
  • Agonists at higher doses have also been related to a wide variety of impulse-control disorders.
  • Many of these effects and most of the effects on humans are caused by its alpha-adrenergic agonist activity.
  • While each joint is commonly understood as having an agonist-antagonist pair, not all joint movement is controlled locally.
  • Agonist muscles cause a movement to occur through their own contraction.
  • However there is an agonist effect as well, which is a voltage-dependent effect.
  • When an agonist binds, these two loops move towards each other, opening the pore.
  • Once cannabinoid receptors had been discovered, it became important to establish whether their agonists occur naturally in the body.
  • Once Only Imagined is the debut full-length studio album by the Canadian metal band The Agonist.
  • Other ring systems have also showed melatonin agonist activity.
  • How beautiful are the bodies of men-- The agonists! Cited from Toward the Gulf, by Edgar Lee Masters
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Words starting with agonist

Meaning of agonist

  • noun Someone involved in a contest or battle (as in an agon)
  • noun A muscle that contracts while another relaxes
    when bending the elbow the biceps are the agonist
  • noun (biochemistry) a drug that can combine with a receptor on a cell to produce a physiological reaction